3/03/2012 through 3/11/2012
Area 3 is the largest area of the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office, it covers over 2,200 square miles. Currently we have one Sergeant, six deputies, and one detective assigned to the area. Their area of coverage includes: Heber, Overgaard, Aripine, Chevlon Retreat, Chevlon Acres, Antelope Valley, Clay Springs, and Pinedale.
On 3/4/2012 at approximately 1938 hours, an area 3 deputy conducted a traffic stop on SR 260 mp 314. During the course of the stop, Jose Romon Munoz was found to be driving on a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded and Jose was cited and released with a criminal citation. (1018)
On 3/6/2012 at approximately 1308 hours, an area 3 deputy conducted a traffic stop on SR 260 mp 307. The driver, Joe Jeffers, was cited and released with a criminal citation for excessive speed. (1100)
On 3/10/2012 at approximately 0712 an area 3 deputy conducted a traffic stop on SR 260 mp 299. The driver Joshua Martin, was cited and released with a criminal citation for excessive speed. (1100)
On 3/10/2012 at approximately 2020 hours, deputies responded to a family fight at 2888 Mogollon Drive in Overgaard. During the course of the investigation, Ryan Woods was arrested for criminal damage. Ryan was booked into the Navajo County Jail for the offense. (1018)
The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind the citizens of Navajo County to mark their personal belongings with an identification I.D. number. Please record serial numbers and keep the list in a safe place where it can be retrieved later. If these items are stolen, the numbers can be placed in a stolen data base providing law enforcement agencies throughout the country with vital information. Items without I.D. numbers cannot be entered making recovery difficult. If you have any information regarding the above mentioned crimes, or any other crime, please contact a deputy at 928-524-4050, 928-289-6850, 928-535-7118, 928-536-7328, 928-532-6061, or 928-367-3729. Information can also be provided to WeTip at 1-800-782-7463.
The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office would also like to remind you of the county ordinance in clearly marking your home address. This will allow emergency services to respond in a timelier manner.